Reworked/Repurposed Website

I’ve revamped, redesigned, reworked, rethought and done a lot of other “re” stuffing on my website.

It has a new look and feel to it.  It’s more visually and intuitively easier to view and move about.  Hopefully, it’s easier to view on a cell phone or tablet, since that’s how the majority of the world views images, art - mind you that’s in the eye of the beholder - and photography.   There are a series of Galleries with a smaller number of photographs per Gallery.   Every 4 -6 weeks, I’ll update, change, delete the current, and/or add new photos for your viewing pleasure.

Framed/unframed prints are available for any image you see on the website.  Simply note the photograph’s Gallery and caption and go to the Contact page.  Once there, fill in the form indicating the print size, framed/unframed and the rest of information.  Once I receive your order, I’ll contact you to confirm the details and set up a delivery date and/or mailing date.

If you’re a photographer - novice or otherwise - and would like some one-on-one coaching on capturing impactful photographs, or how to use Adobe Lightroom Classic/Photoshop (subscription version), please contact me.  I’d be happy to discuss your needs, goals and objectives and come up with an action plan to assist you.  My fees are very reasonable.  If you’re a local photographer, we can meet one-on-one, or we can arrange to do Zoom chats, if you prefer.

I also teach photography course at the Dundas Valley School of Art (  So drop by their website and check out upcoming Spring semester classes in Photography.

And if you just have a simple photography question, stop by and email me your thoughts at  I’ll be happy to get back to you with my answer.

Enjoy the photography!!

Introduction to Adobe Lightroom Classic Course

Hello, I’m teaching an Introduction to Introduction to Adobe Lightroom Classic (LrC) Course in the evening on Wednesday, April 26th, 2023 from 6:45pm - 9:30pm.  Each student gets detailed, step-by-step handout notes for each lesson.

The course is ideal for the amateur/hobbyist photographer looking to get the most out of their images using the image-processing software Adobe Lightroom Classic (subscription version).

You’ll learn how to import/back-up your RAW image files into LrC’s Catalog, customize the LrC’s workspace, arrange images in a series of folders/sub-folders, move and rename images and export your processed images directly to social media or email.

In the Library module, you’ll learn to import your RAW image files, create new folders/sub-folders, rename your images, move images between folders/sub-folders, apply keywords to facilitate image searches, apply quick image edits and rate/select your favourite photos to edit in the Develop module.

In the Develop module, we’ll learn how to crop, set the image White Balance (WB), use existing LrC Presets and create custom user Presets, process black & white image versions, merge multiple images into one HDR/panorama photograph, edit images directly in Photoshop and save them back into their LrC Catalog.

Participants will receive step-by-step instructions with each lesson that can be used as an excellent after-course reference.

To signup for the course click the this link, or go to  In the Search field, enter 4A80 Introduction to Adobe Lightroom Classic; search.

Each student must have the subscription version of Lightroom Classic/Photoshop downloaded/installed on a Windows/Apple laptop computer they will use during the course.  If students want/need advice on purchasing a suitable Windows/Apple laptop computer for the course, email the Edward at

Introduction to Digital Photography Course

Hello, I’m teaching two Introduction to Digital Photography Courses at the Dundas Valley School of Art.  They both start on Tuesday, April 25, 2023 through to June 20, 2023 (a 9-week course).  One course is during the day from 9:30 am - 12:15 am.  The second course is in the evening on the same day from 6:45pm - 9:30pm.  Each student gets a detail handout for each lesson.

Course Description

In this beginner level course, you’ll develop a solid foundation by using your digital camera in class and receiving feedback on your photos.  Fully understand shutter-speeds, apertures, ISO, histograms, focusing and the various exposure modes available to create better quality images.  We’ll also cover how to safely transfer and backup your photos.  Bring your camera, or if you are looking to purchase, hold off until after the first class as we’ll review various makes and models. 

To register for the evening course 4A78-B Introduction to Digital Photography,  to register for the day time course 4A78-A Introduction to Digital Photography click the this link, of go to and search for the evening course 3A74-B, or the day time course 3A74-C in the Winter Semester/Photography classes.

Please bring your current digital camera to the first class, or if you don’t have one, hold off buying any, and I’ll talk with you about what types of pictures you want to take and what you want to do with the images.  Then I can suggest a number of camera options for you, based on your budget, that you might want to consider.

Students receive detailed, step-by-step handouts for each lesson, detailing all the photographic concepts and ideas discussed during each lesson.  All the lesson handouts form a fantastic, easy-to-read and understand reference guide you can refer to anytime after the course.

For me the really cool things is… I really enjoy teaching, sharing what I know with others, because it’s through that sharing that I too learn!!!

If you have any questions about the course, please feel free to email at   I’ll be happy to answer all your questions.

I look forward to meeting you and working with you as you begin your photographic journey!!

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